There’s nothing Mary Ann Sevier 94MBA enjoys more than passing along knowledge.
Annabella Yumul, Nancy Kratzer and Debbie Ashtiani pretty much function as Goizueta Business School’s operating system.
Gonzalo Maturana is interested in your house—how you decided to buy it, what a lender may have told you (or not), what influenced you to refinance and how accountable financial institutions are for your loan.
Paula Fontana is one determined soul. Every morning she’s up at 4 a.m., has a protein shake and some supplements, then heads to the gym.
Nikolay Osadchiy grew up in Tula, Russia, a town 120 miles south of Moscow. Tula does not jump off the map, but it is the hometown of Leo Tolstoy, author of two of the world’s great novels: War and Peace and Anna Karenina.
For analytical sleuths like Michael Lewis, associate professor of marketing, and Michelle Andrews, assistant professor of marketing, the impact of branding is everywhere, from major league teams to politics.
When faculty members want help crafting a syllabus or using technology to enhance the learning experience, they call on Jackie Conner, director of academic affairs and instructional design (ID). Conner leads the instructional design team that works behind the scenes to support faculty and make the classroom experience seamless.
For more than 15 years, the unbeatable team of Joanna Green and James Freeman has served the Goizueta community, often in anonymity.
It’s Saturday afternoon, and Peter Topping, associate professor in the practice of organization & management, is outside the Executive MBA Program lounge in the Goizueta Foundation Center building. He’s preparing to explain the Birkman Method to a small but vested group: the partners of his executive MBA students.
Shortly after Shehzad Mian began teaching in Goizueta’s executive MBA program, he had an ah-ha moment. As he scanned the classroom, he took inventory of the collective knowledge seated in front of him.